KEYNESIAN GROWTH MODELS Definition

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KEYNESIAN GROWTH MODELS are models in which a long run growth path for an economy is traced out by the relations between saving, investing and the level of output.

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YTD is Year To Date; meaning the period beginning of the calendar year, January 1st of the current year, or the fiscal year up until todays date.

ECONOMIC ORDER QUANTITY is the order quantity that minimizes total inventory costs. A total inventory cost is the sum of ordering, carrying and stock-out costs.

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